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Through the Magic Door

by Arthur Conan Doyle

In This little book, Doyle describes his favorite bookshelf and the books it contains. He gives his review and feelings about the books he has that mean the most to him. And when he enters his library and closes the door, he leaves the real world and enters a magical place where the world stops and anything is possible...on the library side of the door.

Reviewed on 2016.06.21

The Blue Lights

by Frederic Arnold Kummer

Good book. Full of action, and this us the same detective that was in the Ivory snuffbox. The Ivory Snuff box was made into a movie, however that was back in the silent film days.The author went on to have a busy career writing scripts for movies and shows. In this book the weakness of the French police is displayed by the use of the detectives wife to do the work of the french police. Why would you have to put a foreign woman in danger to do YOUR job? Any way...good book.

Reviewed on 2016.04.30

Cabbages and Cauliflowers: How to Grow Them

by James John Howard Gregory

This us a little book written by a seed seller. He also was a farmer and tester of lots of different variates of plants.He mostly focuses on cabbages, it makes up about 95% of the book. In the book he lists many variates of cabbages and what growing conditions are best for them. He also briefly covered a little about cauliflowers, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, and Kale. I found the book useful and informative. This book is from 1889.

Reviewed on 2016.03.26

Trial of Duncan Terig, alias Clerk, and Alexander Bane Macdonald

by Sir Walter Scott

A short story about a murder in 1749 and how the ghost of the victim may have tried to point the finger at the murderer.

Reviewed on 2016.03.06

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